Ertugrul Deliktas

Ege University - Department of Economics

Associate Professor

Bornova, Izmir 35040

Turkey

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

4

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145

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Scholarly Papers (4)

1.

A Comparative Analysis of Productivity Growth, Catch-Up, and Convergence in Transition Economies

Number of pages: 31 Posted: 13 Jun 2008
Mehmet Balcilar and Ertugrul Deliktas
Eastern Mediterranean University and Ege University - Department of Economics
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Technical efficiency, total factor productivity, transition economies, convergence, stochastic production frontiers, data envelopment analysis

2.

Growth of Factor Productivity in the Turkish Manufacturing Industry at Provincial Level

Regional Studies, Vol. 39, No. 2, pp. 213-223, 2005
Posted: 11 Jun 2005
Metin Karadag, A. Ozlem Onder and Ertugrul Deliktas
Ege University - Department of Economics, Ege University - Department of Economics and Ege University - Department of Economics

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Total factor productivity, data envelopment analysis, Malmquist productivity index, Turkish manufacturing industry, private and public sectors, regional performance

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The Effects of Public Capital on Private Sector Performance in Turkish Regional Manufacturing Industries

European Planning Studies, Vol. 12, No. 8, pp. 1145-1156, 2004
Posted: 11 Feb 2005
Metin Karadag, Ertugrul Deliktas and A. Ozlem Onder
Ege University - Department of Economics, Ege University - Department of Economics and Ege University - Department of Economics

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Regional development, public capital, vector autoregression, Turkish manufacturing industry

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Efficiency in the Manufacturing Industry of Selected Provinces in Turkey - a Stochastic Frontier Analysis

Posted: 07 Feb 2005
A. Ozlem Onder, Ertugrul Deliktas and Aykut Lenger
Ege University - Department of Economics, Ege University - Department of Economics and Middle East Technical University

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stochastic production frontiers, technical change, technical efficiency, total factor productivity